Starting August 15th, the government of Nepal will enforce a law which prohibits conversion to Christianity. This “anti-conversion” law was established last year to prevent conversions to Christianity in the former Hindu kingdom and is only now being implemented.
“Only a small minority of Nepal is Christian, but this minority is slowly and steadily growing,”
Voice of the Martyrs board chair Hyun Sook Foley explains.
“Many believe this law was implemented to institutionalize Hinduism and stop the spread of Christianity.”